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Offline goulash

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English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« on: May 03, 2010, 05:54:16 PM »
]Where to get Korean subtitles?

First, you need to install support for Korean.

Windows XP

Go into Control Panel -> "Date, Time, Language and Regional Options" (or in Classic View, "Regional and Language Options").

You should now be in a window titled "Regional and Language Settings".

Click on the "Languages" tab.

Make sure "Install files for East Asian Languages" is checked. This will take about ~230MB of extra space on your drive.

For Vista, click the following link:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Add-an-input-language

After your computer has Korean-language support,


Use the Korean language version of GOM player (GOM, English or Korean, is NOT Mac compatible). You can get it here: http://app.gomtv.com/gom/GOMPLAYERSETUP.EXE

Open the movie in GOM Player. If a little box doesn't pop up in the lower left corner with a link to the subtitle file, you just click on 자막도우미 (subtitle helper). It's the first little gray circle at the bottom of the player. Then, a menu pops up. Hit 자막 찾기 (subtitle finder).
A website will open with search results. Click on the first file and check the size. It's surprisingly good at matching files even when the names are slightly different, but it can make mistakes. On the next page, click the orange button next to the file name that says 바로보기 (watch right now). The file will download, open in Gom Player, and the file will be saved in the same directory as the movie that's playing. Next time, the subs will start automatically.

Subtitles are available from GOM for almost every movie that's a popular torrent. However, sometimes you can't search for new movies; the words in the title are not permissible search terms. I had this problem with Iron Man 2 and Sherlock Holmes, but nothing else that I can remember. Even popular TV shows are available within 24-48 hours after airing. My girlfriend is a huge fan of South Park, Simpsons and Big Bang Theory, so we almost always watch those together with subs not long after they first air.

Other ways to get subtitles:

http://torrentdown.kr/ (most convenient as subtitles are usually included with t he video file--needs bittorrent client)

http://www.cineaste.co.kr/

Click the fourth column ("자료실"), then first row ("시막자료실"). Search in the smaller field, not the main search field at the top of the page.

 http://gom.gomtv.com

http://subscene.com/s.aspx?q=korean

http://www.sminara.co.kr/

http://www.mgoon.com/index.htm (streaming, more for TV shows reportedly)

Pay Sites (they're in Korean; must register as well as pay X KRW for X GBs of download

-http://www.bondisk.com/ 

-http://www.wedisk.co.kr/

-http://www.toshare.kr/    (caution: installs adware without your consent according to Google)

How to load Korean subtitles manually?


VLC Player:

Use an older version of VLC (1.1.9 or earlier)

First, download the Batang font (http://cooltext.com/Download-Font-%EB%B0%94%ED%83%95+Batang) and put in the c:\windows\font folder. Or you can use the Gulim font (again, put in the c:\windows\font), which can be downloaded here:

http://cooltext.com/Download-Font-%EA%B5%B4%EB%A6%BC+Gulim

"Toos" -<  "Preferences" -> "Subtitles&osd-">

default encoding = korean euc-kr/cp949

font = Batang (or Gulim, depending on which font you downloaded)

MAC:

in VLC: preferences-> subtitles&osd-> set your default encoding: macintosh and for your font choose the applegothic font (references: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=395327).

Whether you have a PC or Mac,




GOM English Version

Should work automatically. If not, go to preferences (bottom center/centre of the window) and click "Subtitle."   Set font = "Batang" or "Gulim" (again, depending on which one you downloaded) and click the "Others" tab and make sure the 'Code page" is set to "Korean."

The subtitles aren't in sync.

VLC and GOM Player allow you to adjust the timing of subtitles.

VLC

Look under "Preferences" -> "Hotkeys" and then look for "Subtitle delay" to find out which keys are used to adjust the timing. You can change the hotkeys if you wish.

GOM

Go to the "Control Panel" (press F7 to access it) then "Subtitle."

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Adjusting the timing may make it  appear to sync initially, but it may become out of sync later on. Thus, you may have to adjust the timing every now and then.

To ensure perfect synchronization, you must make sure that the video file's name corresponds to the subtitle's file name.

For example, I searched for the subtitles of "Fast Five" via http://www.cineaste.co.kr/ and one of the subtitles available is "Fast.Five.2011.720p.BDRiP.XViD.AC3-IMAGiNE.smi."  To find the matching video file, I used a torrent search engine and typed, "Fast Five Imagine." ("Imagine" is the name of the group/individual who uploaded the file).  However, you won't always find a match, especially with older movies.

If the names don't match, your next best bet is look at the file size. For example, the following subtitle is for a movie file that's around 697 MB ("엑시트 운즈 (Exit Wounds, 2001) 1CD 697M"):

http://www.cineaste.co.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=psd_caption&wr_id=559113&sca=&sfl=wr_subject%7C%7Cwr_subject&stx=exit+wounds&sop=and

If the video file you downloaded is more or less 697 MB, there's a good chance it'll sync perfectly.

Where to get English subtitles for Korean content?

-kmovieaddicts.blogspot.com

-silentregrets.com

-mysoju.com

-d-addicts.com (torrent)

-www.dramasub.com
« Last Edit: July 14, 2013, 11:39:58 PM by taeyang »

Offline Brykyile

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2010, 02:46:26 PM »
You could also try to download either Subtitle workshop or Aegis sub and re-save the sub files in the available formats within those programs (.srt). Both Aegis sub and Subtitle Workshop are free.

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2010, 04:38:10 PM »
To add subtitles to movies or (Hardsubbing) you need to open a movie editor. I use vobsub. I import the movie i want to hard sub then open the sub file and then save the movie so that hte sub file is attached to the movie. Haven't done it in a while so the details are not exactly clear. I have to get back to that hehe....

You can also make your own sub files by using AgeisSub or Subtitle workshop both of which are free (by the way, so is Vob sub but you may have to download additional codec's for it to work). With both Ageis and Subtitle workshop, you can import the sub file and sync it to the movie or create your own subs (If you're fluent enoguh in Korean)....

Hope this helps even  little bit

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #3 on: December 13, 2010, 09:24:19 AM »
I didn't read the thread, but does Gom player work for macs?

No, the download is not compatible for us :(

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #4 on: December 15, 2010, 04:20:06 PM »
Someone else made this PPT but I added points to the game. Didn't change much else. Thanks to original uploader.

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #5 on: December 21, 2010, 03:46:18 PM »
Hey,

I made some changes to the games. Some of the mouse clicks were off, and some answers did not show on one of the previous one. I also added a hyper link to the video. It is the first slide, click on the movie. Save a little bit of time.

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #6 on: December 23, 2010, 05:04:33 PM »
I found this Shrek craft online and modified it to be more of a "Christmas Shrek." I plan to use it when I show my elementary kids Shrek the Halls during winter camp. (I also got rid of the color, because having kids color in their own Shrek takes more time...  ;D )

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #7 on: December 24, 2010, 01:05:07 PM »
If the school does have torrents blocked, is there a way to navigate around the restriction? I would like to get files but do not have a computer at home.

Most often, when P2P is blocked on a computer, the actual thing that is blocked are certain ports. You can change your port in utorrent settings (I recommend going to their website and searching for "ports"; I'd help more than that, but I don't have utorrent on this school computer and I'm just getting ready to leave actually). However, I highly recommend not continuing any further if that's the case--it's much easier to simply stream the movies, or download them from a different source, such as rapidshare or megaupload.

There are other alternatives, with the best ones I've seen being here:

http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/five-online-solutions-to-beat-torrent-connection-blocking/

I've used 2 of those (I had to use txtor when I was in college, and I used torrentrelay for a while when it JUST came out) but I'll say that unless you go with a paid account, it's difficult to use P2P through blocked networks. Even paid accounts have their problems, but if you have problems, you at least have someone to complain to, right?

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #8 on: January 05, 2011, 04:56:40 PM »
I'm also showing this film and found the subtitles using the steps outlined in this thread:

http://waygook.org/index.php/topic,3787.0.html

I've uploaded my subtitles file - won't work unless we have the same video file but might be worth a shot.

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #9 on: February 22, 2011, 01:10:08 PM »
I doubt I'm more tech savvy than you, but I have been using YouTube Downloader to convert files. There aren't quite as many settings to customize as I might like, but it's simple and gets the job done.

http://download.cnet.com/YouTube-Downloader/3000-2071_4-10647340.html

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #10 on: April 22, 2011, 05:33:39 PM »
Hey I used to be able to find great episodes of The Simpsons to use in my class to give the students breaks every now and again.  These days this link no longer has any episodes posted to it.ㅠ.ㅠ 

http://channel.pandora.tv/channel/playlist.ptv?ch_userid=kyhui&ref=spl#4437479.1

Anyone know of any links with any episodes w/ the Korean subtitles?

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #11 on: April 22, 2011, 05:57:55 PM »
I only know of one Simpsons episode online with Korean subtitles.  It is the episode where The Simpsons go to New York:

http://xatroposx.blog.me/90084694212

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #12 on: April 25, 2011, 01:04:29 PM »
Just go to naver.com and type "simpsons" or "심슨" in the search bar.  You should find a ton under the category 동영상...
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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #13 on: April 25, 2011, 02:47:04 PM »
BOOM!
here it is!
al simsons episodes online for free. (no korea subtitles though)
http://www.wtso.net/movie/368-817_My_Sister_My_Sitter.html

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #14 on: May 04, 2011, 03:59:57 PM »
One way to have dual subs is to re-encode the film with the subtitles "hardcoded" into the film in one language, then open the sub file in the other language, and reposition it on the screen. If you do this, you may want to check first that the timing matches up properly, or you'll have subs showing up against the wrong dialogue.

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #15 on: July 11, 2011, 03:01:12 PM »
Tech-savvy boyfriend of mine posted this article in my blog, http://lilymarie.co.uk/tech/guide-to-using-korean-subtitles-with-english-films/ - it's a step by step guide and also covers how to put bi-lingual subs in/fix out of sync subs.

Hope that's helpful and apologies for the shameless self-promotion! :)

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #16 on: July 27, 2011, 03:01:38 PM »
I have a ton of movies on my laptop that I could show my students throughout the year, but I'm at a loss as to how to attach Korean subtitles.  Just wondering what the process is for finding Korean subtitles for movies you already have on your hard drive.  Or do you have to go to specialty sites and download movies with attached subtitles as a single download?  Any advice would be helpful...

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« Reply #17 on: July 27, 2011, 03:30:06 PM »
I'm pretty sure this topic is somewhere else on the site but I'll help you.

You can use the movies you already have but you will  need Gom player (though I've heard that VLC works too)

Go here: http://gom.gomtv.com/jmdb/searchCaption.html?key=Mamma+Mia&x=22&y=5 to search for subtitles and download. Ensure the subtitle file is in the same folder as the movie. Play the movie, right click on the screen and open the subitle explorer. Job done.

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #18 on: July 27, 2011, 03:47:07 PM »
Yeah, this is the most asked question on this site, just do a quick search:) Anyway, here's another site with subs: http://www.cineaste.co.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=psd_caption&mv_no=&sca=&sfl=wr_subject

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Re: English Movies with Korean Subtitles and Vice Versa
« Reply #19 on: August 12, 2011, 12:06:27 PM »
I agree, GOM player's subtitle search is really handy. Sometimes the subtitle font will come out broken. If that's the case, make sure you installed the Korean version of GOM player. I had the English version from CNET and it would not display subtitles correctly. I did a naver search and installed it through that.

 

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